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Self Isolation Quotes | 15 Best Self Isolation Quotes For Instagram During COVID-19

Self Isolation Quotes


Self Isolation Quotes With most of us quarantined at home, unsure of the future, and trial days ahead, it is natural to feel blue and even fear (a little bit). But, at such times (rare, trying times), it is important to change our viewpoint towards self-isolation as something sad. Rather, we must look at it as a time to slow down, rejuvenate, be grateful and do all our favorite things, which includes sleeping for long hours :p
Here we have collated 15 quotes to keep the positivity, strength, and hope running in these difficult difficult times, scattered with a little bit of humor because God knows, we could do with a truckful of that!

1 There are many on the front lines, who while risking their lives, are making sure we are safe. We need to be thankful for all of them!


2. The easiest way to become a superhero is NOW! Just Stay At Home!

3. Keep those creative juices flowing. You have a lot of time on your hands!

4. Yaasss! Time will heal everything!

5. We’ve taken a lot of things for granted. Let’s stop and acknowledge!

6. A lot of things to be grateful for in these times!

7. All you introverts in the house, isn’t it the best time of our lives!

8. Introspect and

9 things that should not be canceled

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⁣Yes, life is very different right now. Closings, cancellations, and social distancing are the new norm. In all of this though, here are some things that should never be cancelled. Things that should always remain constant. Please share with anyone who needs a little pick me up. A little reminder. A little sunshine.☀️ ❤️ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram⠀ #teacherssupportteachers #quoteoftheweek #dailyquotesforyou #instaquotes #relationshipsfirst #bekind #relationshipsmatter #bethechangeyouwanttoseeintheworld #socialemotionallearning #socialemotional #youmatter #lifteachotherup #quotes #coronavirusquotes#wearestrongertogether #instadaily #itsthelittlethingsinlife#socialdistancing#selfcare #emotionalwellbeing #emotionalwellness #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthquotes #itsthelittlethings #kindnessmatters#bekindtoyourself#bekindtoothers#selflove#selfcare

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10 if i’m self isolating its going to be with a good book


11 its time to slow down


12 Roses are red and oceans are blue this is ime me in isolation how about you ??


13 good energy in isolation!


14 Relax you were never in control.

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During this pandemic I am reminded about this Buddhist quote. And trust me this has errrrrything to do with your immunity (more on that in a bit) . If we look at how we show up, we spend each moment running ahead of ourselves, believing there’s a destination we are supposed to arrive at that’s saturated with endless happiness, acknowledgement, ease, and luxury. We are forever running away from something and toward something – and because everyone is behaving in this manner, we accept it as normal. We mentally leapfrog over the eternal present moment in everything we do, ignoring the flow of life. We think we're always in control and then when a pandemic hits, we're hit with the illusion that we're no longer in control. . Here is what I've learned about control (and I used to be a hardcore control freak and if this pandemic happened a year ago, I'd be freaking out): . ✅Control is rooted from unintegrated emotions. For me it was all about scarcity. In fact it's why I developed massive flight anxiety because when I got married to an amazing man, got two dogs that I love and a kick-ass business I was scared I'd lose it all. . ✅Control is rooted in expectations and being attached to a specific outcome and never living in the present. If things didn't go my way my world would literally be crashing down and I would flip the F out. I was also never happy with anything, chasing the next thing like a drug. . 🤷🏻‍♀️So what did I do? . 🙏🏼I focused on practices that made me present. This included breathwork in particular and meditation. Not only does this activate the parasympathetic nervous system but it also moves the diaphragm which then moves the lymph – which is intimately tied to our immunity and also to our emotions. The influence of the lymph system and our emotions is a two-way street. Failing to deal with strong emotions such as worry, anger or grief can cause congestion, inflammation and getting sick. . 🌟Want to learn more about how to protect your immunity? Grab your spot to my free masterclass coming up on Tues March 31 at 7pmEST by clicking the link in my bio @sexyfoodtherapy – but seats are limited!

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15 better days will come



Ending this article with a post that most women will agree to in unison! Because it is undoubtedly the best part of quarantine! Take a look!


How are you holding yourself busy these quarantine days? By cooking, watching web series, or by clicking a lot of selfies? Well, if you are done exploring with all kinds of recipes and already watched all the popular shows over the internet, we have come across a quirky alternative that you can take up next. Horror movie fans, you must pay heed to this.

What’s Happening?

UK’s Yorkshire Museum has thrown up a challenge on Twitter with hashtag #CuratorBattle, urging other museums to post the creepiest objects which might immediately freak you out, but at the same time, they are fun. It started with the post of a ‘3rd/4th century hair bun from the burial of a Roman lady, still with the jet needles in place’. Several institutions replied to this offbeat request of Yorkshire Museum and posted pictures of a mummified mermaid, a cursed children’s toy, a sinister doll, a box full of eyes, a detached hand, and what not! Look at the pieces out here. It will get the chill going down your spine, for sure!


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